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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

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Omdehs, 15; a&d fellaheen, relations between, 89,138, 161, 293; and the anti-Milner Commission agitation, 247 Omdurman, 110
Battle of, 50, 51 Ophthalmia, prevalence of in Egypt,
75, 172, 235
Hospitals for, 75 ; travelling, 172 Organic Law (Statute) of 1883, 108, 109, 111, 275 1913, 111, 116, 274 Ottoman   Empire,   zenith   of, ^ 1 ; disintegration, progressive, of,   2,   3,   43,   European attitude to (1831 circ.), 9 State    of    War    with,    Proclamation on, 130 Suzerainty   over   Egypt,   6,   12, 26, 36, 40, 46, 53, 54, 55, 63,  207,  295-6;   definite repudiation  of, by Egypt (1914), 122; finally ended, 123
Overland Route, the, support given to, by Mehemet Ali, 18
Palace Influences, Egyptian comment on, 216
Palestine Campaign, effect of, on Egypt, 133 sqq.
Palmerston, Viscount, and Mehemet AM, 10, 11, 19
Pan-Islamic and Nationalist parties,
131, 154 Propaganda of Abdul Hamid, 95
Pan-Islamism, nature of, 95-6, 296
Paris, Centre at. of Egyptian political activities after rebellion of 1919, 205,244-5,251
Paterson, Mr., Adviser to Ministry of Education, 220, 232-3
Patriarchates, the, rights and disabilities of, 158
Peace Conference at Paris, 190; India represented at, 127 ; Egyptian Nationalist Memorandum sent to, 143-4; hearing at, sought by Saad Zaghlul, 244
Persia, British relations with, 252, 308
Pharmacy, Egyptian School of, 223
Philanthropy, dearth of, in Egypt, 170-1
Pinching, Sir Horace, 75
Police, Egyptian, during the* re bellion, 181, 182, 185, !Sr. 198, 25& see also Nations Police
Powers, the, attitude of, £o th British Occupation, 45-6
Press, Egyptian (see also News. papers), low status oi 91, 172-3; capture oi by the Extremists, 92 107, 148, 150, 280; Hus sein Bushdi Pasha's ap peal in, for return to nor mal conditions, 19$ ; anc l5ie Nationalist Delegation 245 ; and the Milner Corn mission, 246, 247; garblec news of, on the autunar riots of 1919, 248; pulfti cation in, of the Declara tion on British Policy as tc the Protectorate, 255 ; control over, established, 123, 131, 145, 257 ; publication in, of the El Azhar Manifesto, 267 ; and Cromer'a creation of Zaghlul, 271 Censorship of, 123, 131, 145, 257, 282, 288
Press Law, Egyptian, 257, 282
Prime Ministers, Egyptian, and Reform, 84-5; resignations of, causes of, 209
Princes of the reigning House, Manifesto of, 267-8
Proclamations (see also Declaration)
on
Dispensing with the presence of advocates in the Law Courts, 198
Not calling on the Egyptian Mahomedans for aid in the War, 130; the promise not carried out, 130, 133, 140-1
th© Strike of Officials, and its effect, 202-3
Prosperity under British rule, prewar, 217, and misery, post-war, 285
Propriete Fonci&re en Egypte, by Yakub Artin Pasha, 13
Protectorate, the, see British Pro-*   tectorate
Provincial Administration and Officials, set up by Mehemet Ali, Armistice, 142, claim to Complete Independence put forthMustapha   Pasha),   Prime Minister, 85, 112, 113251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e